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Coolant, or antifreeze, is usually a 50/50 ratio mixture of ethylene or propylene glycol and water. The function of coolant is to absorb heat from the engine and distribute it through the radiator. It also contributes to the function of your vehicle's heating system as it moves through the heat exchanger in the passenger compartment. Eventually, deposits clog the cooling system and accumulate in your vehicle's radiator. Coolant flushes and fills prevent these deposits and curtail overheating, the most common cause of engine damage and breakdowns. Coolant flushes for most vehicles are recommended every 30,000 miles and antifreeze be changed seasonally. Consult your owner's manual for your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.
Your coolant/antifreeze system may need service if:
- The motor is steaming
- Indicator / warning lights illuminate
- Vehicle is running hotter than normal
- There are signs of fluid leakage or loss
Our coolant flushes and service includes:
- Thorough inspection of the coolant/antifreeze system
- Servicing of any components as necessary
- Replacement of old coolant/antifreeze with new fluid
With the Wynn's® Cooling System Flush Service you can expect the following:
- Removal of 95% of the old contaiminants and coolants
- Safe removal of rust, scale deposits and sludge
- Fixing most radiator and heater core leaks as well as preventing excessive lubrication and foaming of the water pump
Wynn's state-of-the-art coolant exchange equipment is approved by a vast amount of major vehicle manufacturers and ensures a safe, quick and complete cooling system flush service.
Concerned your vehicle may be having problems with overheating? Our professionals will perform a coolant flush on your system. Contact us today!
Coolant flushes are important to your vehicle
Rapid break down of coolant occurs because it functions in a hot and hostile environment. As coolant rust inhibitors are depleted, the confined cooling passages in the engine and radiator are vulnerable to corrosion. Even with rust inhibitors, some corrosion will take place. Particles of rust from the engine block will clog radiator and heater passages, causing your engine to overheat. Coolant flushes are important because if the coolant rust inhibitors stop working, the cooling system will be greatly compromised.
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